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February 17th, 2010
It sounds interesting - maybe you needed to take a larger dose? But, isn't a simple process, to see if something like this would be viable. You would probably need to locate a researcher to take up this "cause".
I'm not sure if a primary care doc or anyone else would/could assist.

Maybe others on this forum have an idea. Thanks for sharing!
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replied February 17th, 2010
Has anyone used Lemeton, mopical, limpotab etc. etc?
HI all,

Like most of you I have multiple Limpomas.
Im now 20, and had my 1st Limpoma when I was 13 in my torso.
When I was 16teen, I had went to chinese specialists and had some absolutely discusting herbal tea's to drink for about a month, plus aplying some strange mud-like substance to lipomas and drinking tablets etc etc... Spend probably Ã��Ã�£500-Ã��Ã� £1000 on the treatment and with no results I decided to ditch it as I felt like they were robbing me...
Im just wondering is there people here who have tried some tablet-like treatment like Limpotab etc.?
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replied February 21st, 2010
I would be leery of things like limpotab, mopical, lementon, etc.. I researched several of these companies. I emailed questions to them and got no reply. What I gathered from other people on the internet from people that have bought those pills is that they all come from Pakistan and no one gets any results from them. Be careful. If you do try one please let us know your results.
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replied February 25th, 2010
Lipomaav
hi all,
im too suffering form this Lipomas problem....plz suggest what to do to get rid of this....??? plz provide me the tested solution...i have lots of lipomas spreading all over on my body...
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replied February 25th, 2010
lower back lipoma and water rentetion
Heyas,

I discovered(doctor diagnosed) a couple smaller lipomas in my left lower back 6 years ago because of sudden pain. Not sure what I did, but by the end of 2004, the pain was gone. But now it has returned way worse. In Nov 2009, I started eating better and drinking more(hardly drank any!) water and takign a multivitamin. From what I read now, I think I am retaining the water(I gained nearly 10 pounds since last Sept!) and need to drink even more, to allow my body to start flushing it proper and not retain it. So I THINK this is what is causing my sudden pain to come back. But I can't even stand for more than a minute before the pain becomes excruciating! So I am wondering what I can do to relieve this pain while I am trying to build up to my new water drinking level and hopefully flush out the water weight. Help?
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replied March 31st, 2010
Lipomas New Drug ATX-101 New Update?
Kindly some one tell me any update about ATX-101 drug. Is it avaible in market or not. FDA approved or not? I am interested in this drug because it is the latest ongoing research and work for shrinking lipomas.
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replied April 7th, 2010
Just a friendly note for everyone out there.
I have mutiple Liopmas. It runs in the male gene of my family, My Grandfather, Father, Uncle, Brothers etc. I''m 31 years old and last year I started taking Limpotab. I used there product for six months and It made no difference to any of the Lipomas that I have. Don''t waste your money.
Cheers
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replied April 12th, 2010
Lipomas treated with Enzymes
I have a history of inflamatory diseaese and other issues, now I have six lipomas and the even though I am not big any extra weight is loose and fatty, weird...

I am trying enzymes as suggested above, I have not heard any good about lymotab. I am trying twinlab super enzyme caps and adjusting my diet close to Paleo. I really think non metablism of glucose is the reason for lipomas and adipose tissue, it converts to fat and deposits as lipomas. Just my own opinion, but I wonder about anyone else having an opinion on this?
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replied April 20th, 2010
Hemp Oil
Has anyone tried Hemp Oil? You know The hemp oil that cures most cancers, diabetes and many other diseases?
Go to youtube and search for a video called "Run from the cure : The Rick Simpson story"
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replied April 25th, 2010
Hi all new to this site and was looking at a possible to link to too much oestrogen to lipoma formation.

I Searched and found patent to which if you read seems to be very promising, within the text it says that oestrogen blockers and anti aromitase drugs will also help.

I am within a body-building circle and therefore have an interest in low oestrogen levels and have researched this. I'm no scientist but gynecomastia develops under the nipple when too much oestrogen is present in a male(hard lumps and sometimes fat)

Could this be gynocomastia appearing in other parts of the body due to higher levels of oestrogen?

Women already have high levels of oestrogen in their body, its what makes them women(breasts, higher fat levels etc) DYOR, so lumps behind the nipple I dont think can occur(could be wrong although I dont think so) so for women these lumps could be a sign of too high oestrogen?

Can I ask the males who suffer from lipomas have small lumps under the nipples and or have swollen nipples? Gynocomastia?

I would be very very interested to hear from the males about this. (sorry ladies)
Please can you take the time to reply if you are a male even if you dont have this condition.

In the bodybuilding industry there are drugs to combat/rid of gyno which I have not taken and therefore can not comment on but within the patent on the web page I gave earlier they mention these prescription drugs which help combat lipomas.

Sorry for the rant I just had an impulse to ask this question and there is nothing better than 1st hand data from fellow sufferers.

Thanks for reading
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replied April 29th, 2010
I'm getting around 40 removed tomorrow. This is the 2nd time I'm having some removed. I'm 59 years of age. In summer they do not bother me at all but in winter or when its cold they ache. My doctor tells me he removed 300 from a man recently which were all over and very large on his arms. Mine are lower chest, under bicep and on my left thigh. They don't stay the same size - they vary. Wish they could be removed more easily! Has anyone tried tea tree oil? I'm a great believer in it.
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replied April 29th, 2010
I'm getting around 40 removed tomorrow. This is the 2nd time I'm having some removed. I'm 59 years of age. In summer they do not bother me at all but in winter or when its cold they ache. My doctor tells me he removed 300 from a man recently which were all over and very large on his arms. Mine are lower chest, under bicep and on my left thigh. They don't stay the same size - they vary. Wish they could be removed more easily! Has anyone tried tea tree oil? I'm a great believer in it.
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replied May 10th, 2010
Lipoma
I have had 4 removals of the same lipoma in my neck over about 15 years. It slowly regrows. I just had it removed today and was saying to the doc that enzymes should break it down and he said it was a slightly different fat. I still think enzymes are the solution. Surely there''s some research out there to proove this. I''ll keep looking.

I like the idea of the Castor and Rosemary oil but rather than rubbing it on I''m going to try it as a patch. I forget the word for it but before "patches" there was a different term. I''ll probably try soaking a cotton ball and place that under a bandaid on a regular basis and see if it can inhibit it''s regrowth. It can''t hurt and It would be great if a few would try this as well, keepign a rough record of how often and what results and keep us posted.
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replied May 14th, 2010
The actual scars left - whilst numerous are normally minimal. But if the Lipoma is in a difficult place it becomes a problem. I told mt Doctor I had one in my left bisep muscle and he insisted it would not be IN the muscle. I was hestitant to have it included with the others removal.He removed it and My whole upper arm was very bruised after the op because he obviously battled to get it out! There is no pain but I really hope all the muscle work he used did no harm inside! I love my golf and I hope it won't be affected!!! If or when I get some more Lipomas I'm going to try tea tree oil because I now have 32 scars with stitches still in and really uncomfortable for another week!!I had a general anisthetic and had 3 fainting spells from the dam stuff afterwards!PLEASE someone find a quick fix!!!!
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replied May 18th, 2010
Possible Cause and Holistic Solution to Lipomas
I have had Lipomas since I was in my early twenties and I recently came across this article that I found interesting. I don't know about other people's experiences but I know that what the article stated rang eerily true with me.

In the article it talks about how lipomas are caused by infections or metabolic waste that your body is trying to get rid of. Your liver and kidneys can't get rid of it quickly enough so your body tries to encapsulate it and keep it away from the rest of the body. That seems to make sense to me. This would explain why they continue to grow even after being removed. It also makes sense because I have elevated Liver Functioning and have since around the same time as my lipomas started. The doctors don't know why. It's so bad that I can't even drink alcohol without being in severe pain. I have always thought these two things were connected. Another interesting thing the article said was that the authors lipomas began after he had his wisdom teeth extracted as a teenager. This he believes is because there was an infection in his jaw and THE CAUSE of all the lipomas. This timeline is also true for me. It was around this time that I had my wisdom teeth out.

I don't know if this IS the reason but it DOES make sense that my body was trying to protect itself from something and that if my liver couldn't handle it, encapsulating it is the best option. The author talks about this BioSuperFood supplement that is supposed to actually reduce and eliminate the lipomas. I have NOT tried them yet as they are expensive BUT it does sound interesting because on the parallels to my own story. Has anyone tried these products? Here is the link.

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replied May 22nd, 2010
Lipomas Treatment
Possible lipoma treatment. I am 31 yrs old and first noticed a lump on my leg at 13. I had the lipoma lump removed at 29 because it was visably noticable. I have several others that also seem to be slow growing. I, too am worried that the lipomas are a sign that my endocrine system is off or something is not functioning correctly, which could lead to more serious issues. I have found a product that has been proven to remove lipomas in dogs, and they make the product for human consumption as well. The product was created by an award winning doctor. The product is called (biosuperfood F3) and it is produced by BioNutrition. The product is very expensive but I decided to take the plunge and give it a try as I have not tried anything else yet. I have been on the product for two days and I feel that my largest lipoma is softer and more pliable, but too early to call it the "miracle pill." If it works I will post the success in as many areas as possible.
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replied August 25th, 2011
Please upda your experience with biosuperfood F3. helped? thanks Robert
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replied May 25th, 2010
In response to godzila, I actually had gynocomastia and had surgery for it when I was 18. That was a couple of years before any lipomas. Also I did several cycles of steriods before the beginning on any lipomas but after my gyno. There very well may be a connection there.
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replied June 1st, 2010
Suffer from severe lipomas
Hello,
I started having lipomas since I was 21. More or less at the same time I started taking contraceptive pill to treat hormonal imbalance. I know that this was the cause of my lipomas. I have more and more of them every year now. I have on my arms, thighs. It looks awful. They ache sometimes. I was a vegetarian for over 2 months and eating mainly raw food - didn't help at all. Lipomas are still the same shape and size. I stopped eating sugar, fried, fats (apart of fish oil, olive oil etc.) Nothing has changed. I am very skinny and physically active. Because I changed my diet so much (although I have never been eating fast foods in my life and was eating healthy), that I lost even more weight. I am very upset now, because I would like to put on weight and I eat a lot, but it doesn't work. I had a surgery on lipomas on my arms, but it left big scars only and lipomas came back anyway;( I know there is a cure somewhere. It must be.
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replied June 3rd, 2010
Tried Mopical and history
I had 1 removed surgically (5) years ago and was told that it was harmless. In the last couple of years there are many more that are appearing. Mainly on stomach, chest cavity and back. However, I do have them on left arm and upper left leg as well. Amounts to 50 in all. I am a 40 year old male. I started Mopical about 50 days ago. Even though this did not impact the size of any, it did seem to make the pain go away. (My pain is worse in the chest cavity area as they come thru the rib cage.) It took about 6 weeks to ship to me and was $ 80 for a bottle of 100 pills - they said to take 2 per day. Please continue to post your treatments and let us know what is and is not working for you.
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replied June 3rd, 2010
Lipomas
Personally (& I am 39 year old male and have tried a bunch of different cures), I think a lot of the cures are snake oil b.s. And changing diet is good, but I don't think it really makes a difference on my lipomas. I eat well and drink alcohol maybe 1x/month. So, what the hell can you do? The only thing that makes sense to me is accepting the sucky fact that lipomas are there, and there's nothing to be done except go under the knife if they're really bothersome. This sucks balls, and I hope it's not true, but I'm afraid it is.
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